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  1. I'm gonna give this some thought. A hacker type or the group's street samurai (maybe bio-samurai for more flavor). Like Max I will review and see.
  2. I'm willing to go either way. Personally, I think we're good enough sports to make this work. It's only a game, and better to let us vent any hard feelings onto the NPCs than in RL.
  3. I believe I will be rebooting Ali Badren. Just need some time to sort through the building and adapt the background.
  4. Karen will be coming to Simon Magus, but she is not yet at the place, and there is something she intends to do first along the way. Chronologically, thus there is a block of free time for Darrik to be in on the business with Cara. Make sense?
  5. Depends on if Noir and Max are going to bring in Darrik promptly, or if I should wait for Jeane's PC to arrive at Simon Magus for that convo.
  6. Working on a rough super-soldier project - you know the kind of thing.
  7. I think if I'm going to take GDP's tack and take a top 5 based on what is most is memorable and enjoyed among myself and the others, much of my characters haven't lasted long in enough games to get a really solid nature and flavor to them. But a few solidly stand out. - Curtis Shane. Teen or adult, he seems like the classic Sheldon from Big Bang Theory, but one of the things I wanted to establish was that below the surface there was past bullying that left him hurt and alienated, plus the fact that his super-genius makes it harder to find peers he would accept. - Darrik Reynolds starting with Quantum Fire when I tweaked his character. Sometimes I worry that I set the bar on his sexuality meter too high, but still, with the world we live in, I always found it interesting to have someone so open and charming and unabashedly straightforward about it. - Mel Grimson in all his incarnations. Your classic hardbitten, gruff, cynical scrapper of generally questionable history. Even in superhero versions, Mel always has abuse in his history, often a lost wife. He's a man forged in violence, a survivor and ass-kicker, but as like Clint Eastwood in Gran Torino, he knows a lot about death, but little about how to handle peace and life. Still, there's room for goodness down there. One of the reasons I am upset Argonauts crashed barely after starting (aside from that it was a really really awesome concept), was being able to answer the obvious question as to why a total bastard like Mel was in such an idealistic organization. - Fisher Capra, from the ongoing Scion: Modern Mythology. He's so sweet and kind, but also dealing with bullying by kami-damned Eric Donner, an emotional zombie of a father, abandonment by Mom, Izanami the Goddess of Death, finally getting his girl, defending the World from titanspawn and a mad demigod of chaos on the loose, and perhaps hardest of all, having to clean up after the messes caused by the Band's bull-headed leader. It's a miracle he's so generally well-adjusted. ...And I'm coming shy of a 5th. Hmm. Perhaps we might take a round suggesting OTHER people's characters we enjoy? I'll do the honors and mention a few. Swara-Ann (Dave): She's airheaded, but so endearing and funny. Einherjar (GDP): I get he's a challenge to write, but you do the balance between modern Viking and mastermind so well. Nadya (Sean): Modern Mythology's Egyptian Scion! She seems like a classic delinquent, but the truth is that she comes from a different culture with a more flexible moral code. And we all enjoy the high school vendetta between her and Mercedes Rhodes.
  8. Nina: Well, all your Knacks are from Hero, so you're safely covered anyway.
  9. I have no idea what you did with Charlie at this point - I'm not planning on returning to the game. If you want thoughts on what he will be doing as an NPC, I am willing to offer them.
  10. To be clear, we're using the Modern Age setting from Shards of the Exalted Dream and the 2.5 updates from Scroll of Errata. You'd want to look at those before making a decision.
  11. Does Ink Monkeys count as 'fan material' then?
  12. I'm fine with either setting of Exalted. I assume we're using 2.5 errata, not simply the classic Exalted 2e?
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